Professionally active individual artists, artist ensembles, or companies (i.e., dance or theater companies/troupes) may apply for inclusion in the Pennsylvania Arts-in-Education/ArtsPath Directory of Artists in Education. Preference is given to Pennsylvania residents, although outstanding artists from other states will be considered.
Artists and companies or ensembles that intend to work in multiple disciplines must demonstrate their qualifications and submit a full application to work in each of those disciplines. Artists and companies selected will be placed on a statewide directory for three years, at which time they will need to reapply through a separate application process.
Artists need not be experienced classroom teachers. However, they should be individuals or groups that have a passion for their discipline and are able to communicate their artistic vision and processes to a variety of audiences.
The application deadline each year is March 1 for artists who, if selected, will be placed on the state diretory beginning September 1 of that year. To receive information on submitting an application, please call us at 724-357-4565 or e-mail Jeff Wacker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information on Artists in Partnerships, visit the following pages:
Erie Arts and Culture
Galaxy: The Arts in EDU Program at Central IU 10
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA)
Allentown Art Museum
AIR Northeastern Pennsylvania, A Program of Northeastern Education IU #19
Cultural Alliance of York County
Elk Country Council on the Arts
Northern Tier Partnerships for Arts in Education- Bradford County Regional Arts Council
Perry County Council of the Arts
Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership
Southern Central PAArtners: Millersville University
This program is made possible through the AIE Partnership of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency. It is funded by the citizens of Pennsylvania through an annual legislative appropriation and administered regionally by ArtsPath through the College of Fine Arts at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts is additionally supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
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